Cory Morrow

Redemption through music is something Cory Morrow knows well after surviving nearly two decades in the rough and tumble music business. Battles with personal and professional demons inform Morrow's music in a manner that many performers don't have the experience to draw from. His wide ranging life experiences allow him to be a consummate singer/songwriter. He has the ability to write a tale about heartbreak as effortlessly as he can pen one about a carefree good time. That truth and authenticity is balanced by his infectious optimism and excitable personality.

A native of Houston, Morrow began playing guitar at a young age, but did not get serious about his music until attending college in Lubbock. Here, he was inspired by Texas songwriting greats like Robert Earl Keen and Townes Van Zandt. Spurred by this musical inspiration and a youthful vigor, Morrow moved to Austin in the early 90's to build his own career. Amidst a sea of night clubs featuring line dancing and Nashville hat acts dominating radio playlists, Morrow set about creating personal music that harkened back to the heyday of Willie Nelson's progressive country movement in the 70's.

Through several years of breakneck touring that featured Morrow's special brand of emotional and energetic live performances, he began to develop a large grassroots following. Coupled with the release of several successful independent albums and Morrow was really beginning to make a name for himself around Texas. By 1999, the music he was making with peers like Pat Green and Owen Temple was becoming a booming cottage industry and gaining nationwide notice. An acclaimed double album and a duets record with Green cemented Morrow's place in Lone Star lore.

Yet, he was not satisfied. The intensity that was found in his hallowed live performances was spilling over into his personal life. The depths he reached while reclaiming his life made him a more well-rounded artist. Over the next several years, Morrow grew his sound by working and writing with dizzying array of successful songwriters and producers.

Now, an elder statesman of the Texas scene he helped create, his latest album Brand New Me showcases an artist in complete control and making some of the best music of his storied career. Music started Morrow's journey and music has reinvigorated him. Behind these new songs and surrounded by a band of touring musicians among the best to be found anywhere, Morrow shows no signs of giving up his throne as one of the best Texas has to offer.

Nataly Lola is a California singer-songwriter, composer and independent recording artist. She is currently enjoying considerable popularity while performing at a large number of wineries and wine festivals in California’s Central Coast.

A native of Santa Barbara County, Nataly was fortunate enough to grow up in a very musical family. Her mother, Melody, taught her to sing and play music at a very young age. Her influences include Joni Mitchell, Tori Amos, The Beatles & Tom Petty, but you can hear strains of Bakersfield country in one of her newest songs, “Daddy’s Shotgun” as well as influences from Brazilian vocalist Astrud Gilberto in “Meet Me At Midnight”.

Nataly's debut self-titled recording was produced by Randy Rigby, a Grammy member and a 2013 participant as a songwriter in the Grammy nominated recording "A Swinging Jungle Tale", featuring Al Jarreau, Dee Dee Bridgewater and Hubert Laws.

Nataly has performed with Grammy Award winner Louie Ortega (Texas Tornadoes), Zach Carothers (Portugal The Man) and Platinum Awarded Producer & 2013 Grammy Participant Randy Rigby. She has also been a featured artist with Sunset Magazine’s yearly lifestyle festival, “Savor The Central Coast”. Besides performing & composing, Nataly is also active as a model and a dancer.

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